Here we explain how the data harvesting services gather, retain, or implement your information on Automate PDF's website .

We use Drupal, Google Analytics user statistics and Google Adsense advertising services.

Drupal is a content management system that runs with PHP on a Linux server (Ubuntu) using a MySQL database. Thanks to Drupal we deliver the information on Automate PDF in a fast and flexible way.

However, Drupal needs some cookies to operate securely. As we do not allow nor require user registration on Automate PDF, we only use a few cookies to identify the website owner (not you). Any cookies that Drupal may use for other users will be deleted at the end of the visit. The website owner will not use them under any circumstances.

Google Analytics and Google Adsense

We uses both of these Google services. The first one helps us understand which kind of users we have, the content they are interested and not interested in, the countries they come from and the type of computer or device they use; for example. The second is used to serve ads that help pay for this website.

Both services use a fair amount of cookies. These cookies do not collect specific information such as a user's name, address, email address or phone number.

Google shares the data it uses with its own clients, which are companies that use this data to provide targeted advertising based on the data their cookies provide.

Google is responsible for the operation of these cookies and modifies them at its discretion, so if you want to know the specific details, we recommend that you read Google's privacy policy for its Google Analytics and Google Adsense products.


As we have indicated, access to this site involves the use of cookies. These cookies are small amounts of information that are stored in each user's browser so that the server can remember certain information that allows it to identify you as a specific user and to store your personal preferences and information about the type of pages you visit or how long you stay on them.

Users who do not wish to receive cookies, or who prefer to be notified before they are stored on their computer, can configure their browser accordingly.

Most browsers today allow cookies to be managed in three different ways:

  1. Cookies are never accepted.the browser asks the user whether to accept each cookie.cookies are always accepted.
  2. The browser can also include the ability to better specify which cookies to accept and which not to accept.
  3. The user can refuse or accept cookies from certain providers, accept only temporary cookies (which are deleted when the browser session is closed), etc. Other tracking methods.

In addition, some services may use so-called web beacons, which are usually small visible or invisible pixel images placed within the source code of a website's web pages.

Web beacons serve and are used in a similar way to cookies to measure user traffic and derive a general profile of those users.

Therefore, if you would like more information about the cookies used on this site, we encourage you to review the Google privacy policy for its Google Analytics and Google Adsense products.

Accept or refuse

You may accept, modify or decline the cookies used on this website by clicking on the corresponding links in the link that appears when you access this website.